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International Cryptography Campaign Update
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- Subject: International Cryptography Campaign Update
- From: Rigo Wenning <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 25 Sep 1998 10:07:45 +0200
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FYI, die GILC-Campagne gegen das Wassenaar - Arrangment,
das zum Verbot des Exports von Crypto in den Teilnehmer-Staaten
anhalten soll. Eine Gefahr auch für Deutschland und die EU.
Ulf Möller ist für die Koordination in Deutschland zuständig.
Mail: Ulf Möller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Erich Moechel ist von Österreich aus der aktivere Part.
>Date: Fri, 25 Sep 1998 00:01:34 +1100
>From: Michael Baker <email@example.com>
>Subject: International Cryptography Campaign Update
>To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
>Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
> International Cryptography Campaign Update
> 24 September 1998
> GILC Member Statement
> Press Coverage
> Industry Support
> National Coordinators
>An International Campaign has been established to influence the current
>round of negotiations over the Wassenaar Arrangement. Among many other
>items the Wassenaar Arrangement covers restrictions on export of
>cryptography from the 33 nations which are signatory to the Arrangement.
>Technical experts are currently meeting in Vienna to discuss the
>arrangement. Some of the technical experts are proposing that export
>restrictions on strong cryptography should be tightened.
>GILC Member Statement
>On 15th September Members of the Global Internet Liberty Campaign issued
>a statement calling on the signatories to the Wassenaar Arrangement to
>remove controls over the export of cryptography. The statement argues
>that according to the stated aims of the Wassenaar Declaration it should not
>restrict the export of cryptography.
>Since the release of the GILC Member Declaration there has been press
>coverage of the campaign in Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Spain, the UK
>and the US.
>Support for the GILC Member Declaration has been expressed by 23 companies
>and associations, who have "signed" the following statement:
> We, the undersigned companies and associations support the Global Internet
> Liberty Campaign Member Statement of 15th September 1998 calling for the
> removal of cryptography export restrictions from the Wassenaar Arrangement.
>If your company or association wishes to "sign" the above support statement
>and you are authorised to sign statements on behalf of your company or
>association, please write to <email@example.com> giving your company or
>association name, web address and country.
>Since the beginning of the campaign we have been searching for people to
>coordinate the campaign in the 33 nations signatory to the Wassenaar
>Arrangement. To date we have coordinators in 16 of the 33 nations. We are
>still looking for coordinators in the remaining 17 countries. National
>coordinators are listed at <http://www.efa.org.au/wassenaar/country.html>.
>If you are interested in taking part in the campaign please contact your
>national coordinator. If there is not one in your country please consider
>taking on the role. If you want to, or know someone who might, please
>contact the International Campaign coordinator, Michael Baker
>The following are links to items mentioned in this update.
>International Cryptography Campaign Home Page
>Global Internet Liberty Campaign
> <http://www.gilc.nl/> [GILC European mirror]
>GILC Member Statement calling for the removal of cryptography export
>restrictions from the Wassenaar Arrangement
>Campaign Press Coverage
>Company and Association support for the GILC Member Declaration
>Signon coordinator for support of the GILC Member Statement
>National Coordinators and other country information
>International Cryptography Campaign Coordinator